Dover Delaware Septic Systems Repairs & Septic InstallationA properly installed and maintained septic system from a professional Dover Septic Company protects groundwater quality and treats wastewater wherever city sewer service is not possible. The septic tank and the drain field are the two parts to a septic system.
Approximately 25 million homes across the US rely on their septic tank to treat their home wastewater. A Dover Septic Company can design, install, and maintain your septic system to keep it at optimum functionality. When a septic tank is working properly, it does an excellent job of protecting the health of your family and the environment.
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With proper care and regular maintenance from a Dover Septic Company, your septic tank will last for years. Each septic tank is custom-sized to the household and needs to be kept free of harsh chemicals to operate at maximum efficiency.
For the Proper Treatment of Your Septic System call a Dover Septic Company:
Systems designed and maintained by a Dover Septic Company can handle a large number of normal chemicals, such as laundry detergent, bleach, and drain cleaners, but you should try not to flush or rinse toxic chemicals into the system. Such chemicals may include paint thinner, solvents, or insecticides. Cooking fats and grease should never go down a household drain but be dumped into a separate container, allowed to congeal, and disposed of as a solid.
Your Dover Septic Company Handles Dangerous Septic Situations Efficiently
Your household size determines the size of the septic tank you need. If the septic tank is too small, it can flood the drain field and cause other problems like poisoning the local water supply, clogging the drain field, or causing a back up in the septic system. One can imagine the risk your family and the local environment faces in these unsanitary conditions. Luckily, your Dover Septic Company can handle such problems with speed and attention to detail.
If you still have a cesspool on your property please give us a call so we can discuss the Delaware state laws to have it removed. Delaware does have financing available to help you remove it.